Interesting! Of course, the classic scene would have the girl at the typewriter while the boy boss is dictating.
At first sight, I thought it it to be a mere replica of the typical office scene, with the boy being the boss. Second sight however reveals that both the boy and the girl are on equal footing: they both do the same thing, namely reading a probably self-typed letter, and even from their positions they are at the same height. So I would say (and even tough the boy takes the big seat, and the girl is standing) that this setting promotes gender equality.I read that Mehano worked closely together with the university's psychology department in developing and marketing of their products.
I don't even know what to make of this. Hysterical, yes, but also confusing. A great find, to say the least.
Please see my answer to Richard above.